Today Quentin Rowan, in an essay that we assume was thoroughly vetted for borrowed content, opens up to The Fix about the origins of his plagiarism. Mr. Rowan’s debut novel Assassin of Secrets, written under the pen name Q.R. Markham, was revealed to be heavily plagiarized a few weeks ago and recalled from bookstores by his publisher Little, Brown. Following the initial discovery, bloggers discovered that most of his published writing turned out to have at least some plagiarism, dating back to the 1990s. Read More
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